If you’re searching for an effective alternative to open neck or back surgery, consider this — Laser Spine Institute has already helped more than 50,000 patients get their lives back. And 97% of patients say they’d recommend us to a friend, co-worker or loved one.
Not only is Laser Spine Institute the leader in minimally invasive spine surgery, but we also specialize in medical treatment you won’t find anywhere else: quality patient care in a compassionate environment.
This Culture of Care embodies who we are. It begins with how we treat our patients, extends to how we care for our teammates and comes full circle in how we give back to our communities.
As you read through these pages and learn about the services and procedures offered at Laser Spine Institute, we invite you to reach out and connect with us. You can like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter or, better yet, give us a call. We’re here 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and warmly welcome your questions.
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Laser Spine Institute treats a wide variety of spine conditions including:
When you think about most neck or back surgeries, you probably picture a painful, invasive ordeal involving a long hospital stay and lengthy recovery. With Laser Spine Institute, you can picture this; an outpatient procedure, performed in a state-of-the-art facility, using a less than 1-inch incision.
Did we mention less scarring, a less than 0.13% infection rate and a 96% satisfaction rate?
Laser Spine Institute specializes in the following minimally invasive decompression procedures:
The complexity of a spine condition varies by patient. While most of our patients find relief from our minimally invasive decompression procedures, others require a more involved surgery. In these cases, some patients may require a minimally invasive stabilization (MIS), sometimes called a fusion. Laser Spine Institute currently performs the following MIS surgeries:
At Laser Spine Institute, we specialize in minimally invasive procedures with maximum results. Our minimally invasive decompression procedures involve a small, less than 1-inch incision. A hollow tube is inserted into the incision. Next, a series of tubes, increasing in size, is placed over the first tube, one at a time, to slowly create an opening to the spine. This does not require tearing or cutting of the muscle. The last tube, or working tube, is 18mm in diameter, and once in place, all other tubes are removed. Finally, a camera, laser, suction, irrigation and other small surgical tools are inserted through the tube. Throughout the procedure, the anesthesia provider monitors the patient’s vital signs, administering medication and intravenous fluids. A surgical technician stands by the surgeon to hand him or her instruments they need. And a circulating nurse coordinates the operating-room team, communicates with the patient and keeps the room temperature comfortable.
In some instances, patients can also benefit from a minimally invasive approach to spine fusion called minimally invasive stabilization (MIS) surgery. Laser Spine Institute currently specializes in MIS procedures — all performed in an outpatient setting.
From the initial consultation to the final postoperative appointment, we believe in keeping our patients’ time away from home to a minimum. That’s why we’ve created a streamlined, customized experience that saves time, allowing you to focus on what’s most important — getting your life back. Our team of caring professionals carefully plans out all appointments in advance of your visit so your time with us runs as smoothly and efficiently as possible.
To know what you can expect from Laser Spine Institute’s streamlined patient experience, click here: Streamlined patient experience
Most patients are pleased to discover that after a day of rest, they are ready for their postoperative appointment. Because each patient’s healing experience may differ, we do our best to provide specialized instructions regarding postoperative activity and to clearly communicate any limitations. Over the weeks and months following the procedure, you’ll experience gradual, continuous improvement as the nerves and tissues heal. And in time, you may gradually start to increase daily activities. To learn more about what you can expect after surgery at Laser Spine Institute, click here: Steps to recovery
When compared to traditional open neck and back surgery, the advantages of minimally invasive spine surgery performed at Laser Spine Institute include the following:
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